The Space, 1pm
A play about relationships and the loss of hope.
“Ah, it’s a long story. Let’s just say that I am temporarily missing the use of my hands.”
Arthur Casey wakes with the mother of all hangovers, a scrapbook glued to his left hand and a vase stuck on his right. He is trapped. In more ways than one.
This is how it all began…
About the Author
Daniel Seery is a fiction writer from North Dublin and a resident writer in Axis Arts Centre Ballymun. His work has appeared in local and national publications including The Stinging Fly and REA Journal. He has worked on a number of public arts commissions, has been shortlisted for a RTÉ drama competition and has recently been one of the winners of the Irish Writer’s Centre Novel Fair competition.
Anthony Seery has performed with a number of drama groups including Trinity,
PEG and Pioneer. Theatre credits include Simon Lacey in John B. Keane’s,The
Year of the Hiker, James Sharkey Harkin in Conor Mc Pherson’s The Seafarer
and Charlie Tynan in Hugh Leonard’s play Da. He has worked under the guidance
of Aine Tobin, Andrew Deering and Pat Sullivan. He is currently continuing
his study of theatre and media productions.